Trade Arabia in tie-up with Bayt

MANAMA — Trade Arabia.com is the latest regional blue chip company to leverage the online recruiting tools and services of the premier job site in the Middle East — Bayt.com.

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Published: Sun 11 Feb 2007, 8:31 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 9:54 PM

"We have joined forces with Bayt.com to promote the site's services and give relevant value added services to Trade Arabia's visitors, enabling them to access Bayt.com's varied and exciting job opportunities via our portal," said Rana Lababidi, online media manager, Al-Hilal Group.

Through this alliance, Trade Arabia is benefiting from Bayt.com's professional database community with prime interest in the Middle East through its targeted and measurable online advertising banners and mailers. In turn, Bayt.com is benefiting from marketing to Trade Arabia's extensive audience of professionals through its various industry specific publications, according to a Press communiqué released here.

Confirming the alliance, Rabea Ataya, CEO of Bayt.com, says: "Increasingly our employers are depending on us for the industry specific insight and expertise we bring. This alliance will allow us to entrench ourselves even more firmly in industries we have recently seen specific growth in, including construction, medicine and oil and gas. All three are industries we have always been committed to and where we will continue to deliver customised value-added recruitment services and advice."

More than 26,000 employers across the region hire through Bayt.com, with hundreds of jobs advertised every day across 94 industry categories and all career levels where jobseekers can search and apply for their ideal job. Bayt.com has a large database of jobseekers and CVs in the region with more than 1.3 million professionals from 116 nationalities and all career levels represented. Employers in every industry sector can hire the best talent from the region or the world using Bayt.com's state-of-the-art search tools.



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